Session 3

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Oct. 27 – Digital Platforms: In Need of Regulation?

How should Digital Platforms be regulated? This question lies at the heart of the matter for many issues in antitrust and competition today. The question of what (if anything) should be done to control and regulate Digital Platforms stands as one of the pressing issues that will likely define the evolution of the world economy for years to come. Our panel will explore this question, touching on both existing regulations and the latest academic research and scholarly discussions on the subject.

Ten Minutes with...


US Senator from Minnesota


Technology Reporter, Politico

Digital Platforms: In Need of Regulation?

David J. TEECE

Professor in Global Business | Faculty Director, Tusher Center for The Management of Intellectual Capital, Berkeley Haas

David S. EVANS

Chairman, Global Economics Group, Boston; Co-Executive Director, Jevons Institute for Competition Law & Economics

Diana MOSS

President, American Antitrust Institute


Director and Global Competition Professor of Law and Policy, Competition Law Center, The George Washington University

Moderator: Renata B. HESSE

Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell

CPI thanks CCIA for its support with this event. CPI always strives to deliver balanced and enriching content and conversation to benefit the antitrust community worldwide.

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